Historian claims Schindler’s List ‘was mainly shopping’
A furious debate about Nazi war crimes and shopping erupted yesterday after a leading historian found what, he claims, is the original copy of Schindler’s List ‘stuffed down the back of a couch’. The list was originally said to have contained the names of people saved from certain death at the hands of the Nazis, and given work in Schindler’s factories.
‘The list looked a lot longer than it really was because it also included all the things he had to remember to get from the shops,’ claims Professor Torsten Frings. These are said to have included Frosties, milk and Pringles.
It was enormously good luck for one concentration camp prisoner, a Polish communist called ‘Jan Pringle’ although an Austrian Homosexual call Herr Wotsit was said to be bitterly disappointed.
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Posted: May 31st, 2009 by jof
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